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POMEROY, Ohio- As they say, games are won and lost on the free throw line. After a late push, the Lady Marauders defeated the Lady Bulldogs by a 51-39 deficit. Heading into the fourth quarter Athens was leading Meigs by a basket, but the Lady Marauders turned on the gas and finished their business against… Read More
GLOUSTER, Ohio- The Trimble Lady Tomcats and the Belpre Lady Golden Eagles left it all out on the floor Monday night as a lot was at stake for both teams. Trimble was playing to win the TVC-Hocking outright, and Belpre was playing to earn a chance at a share of the TVC-Hocking. In the end,… Read More
Brains affected by autism appear to share a problem with cells that make myelin, the insulating coating surrounding nerve fibers that controls the speed at which the fibers convey electrical signals.
The Iowa Democratic Party said Tuesday that “the underlying data” collected at caucus sites “was sound” despite the smartphone app malfunction. The party expects to report results later Tuesday.
Every year, viruses like influenza kill hundreds of thousands worldwide — yet countries don’t respond with lockdowns or airport screenings. Here’s why they’re doing so over the coronavirus outbreak.
A controversial economic development project in Ashland, Kentucky, hit a snag last week as aluminum company Braidy Industries ousted CEO and board chairman Craig Bouchard. In a statement, Braidy Industries’ interim CEO said he appreciated Bouchard’s hard work for the company. Bouchard says the firing was improper and is refusing to step down. The dueling… Read More
HUNTINGTON, W.Va. (AP) – A murder charge against an 18-year-old West Virginia woman has been dismissed after prosecutors failed to find a key witness in the case. News outlets report that Andrea Glenda Moore was charged as an adult with murder in the 2018 shooting that killed Joann Dawn Saunders Childers, a 32-year-old mother of… Read More
Ohio University Police on Thursday tweeted about an increase in email scams in the Athens, Ohio area. Those tweets came after multiple reports of phishing scams. The tweet read: “We are seeing an uptick in email scams. Emails purporting to pay hundreds of dollars a week to walk someone’s dog is a scam. So are… Read More
Kevin Ozebek worked in Turkey, Greece and Belgium reporting for outlets like TIME and Fox News ATHENS, OH – When Kevin Ozebek was a senior in high school in 2003, he came to Ohio University looking for one thing – a path to his dream. The Cleveland native wanted to become a foreign correspondent…. Read More
LEFTOVER WOMEN PREMIERES ON INDEPENDENT LENS MONDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 2020 ON PBS AND PBS.ORG Documentary Follows the Struggle of Young Women in China Facing Societal and Familial Pressure to Marry China’s former one-child policy has resulted in a severe demographic imbalance, a country that today has 30 million more men than women. Facing pressure from… Read More